Pushing the Envelope’s CAN IT! campaign exceeds 1,000-item goal
On Nov. 15, Pushing the Envelope Inc. completed its 9th Annual CAN IT! Campaign, a food drive benefiting those less fortunate in Southwest Florida. The campaign collected 3,296 non-perishable food items for Community Cooperative Inc., the most collected since the campaign’s inception and far exceeding the 1,000-item goal.
From daycares to car parts stores to churches and roofing companies, Pushing the Envelope partnered with a record 26 businesses and organizations to collect donations.
With the completion of this campaign, the CAN IT! Campaign has donated thousands of items amounting to more than 13,100 pounds of food to CCI since its inception in 2010.
“This food drive was an incredible display of the giving spirit that pervades Southwest Florida,” commented Samantha Scott, APR, PTE president. “We are overwhelmed by the support of like-minded people who donated and served as drop off locations, but most pleased to know we’ve been able to help others this holiday season.”
Giving back to the community is an integral part of Pushing the Envelope’s company culture. The firm plans to host the campaign again in 2020, marking 10 years of helping feed the hungry in Southwest Florida. For more information or to help, please contact Juliana@getpushing.com.
Pushing the Envelope Inc. is a strategic marketing communication firm. Based in Fort Myers, the firm services clients both regionally and nationally. For more information, please call 239-221-2858, visit www.getpushing.com or email Info@GetPushing.com.
Community Cooperative is an innovative nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization made up of social service entrepreneurs fighting to end hunger and homelessness in our community. The agency provides more than 14,000 meals each month through its Community Cafes and Marketplace and Meals on Wheels programs and offers homeless and comprehensive case management services through its Social & Education Resource Centers. A United Way partner, Community Cooperative serves Fort Myers and the greater Lee County area, including Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres and Fort Myers Beach. Community Cooperative works in close partnership with The Harry Chapin Food Bank and The School District of Lee County as well as collaborating with fellow community and service groups, churches, businesses and community support organizations.